.This year marks the 65th anniversary of Diboll Day, an event that began in 1953 to raise funds for community projects. The annual event is highlighted by the coronation of the Diboll Day Queen. For years Queen candidates have raised millions of dollars to enhance the quality of life within the city—from funding public swimming pools, youth baseball complexes to Old Orchard Park enhancements, a day care center and a library.
Georgia-Pacific is proud to be a part of Diboll Day and is playing a role in the success of this year’s event by offering $10,000 in scholarship money to the Queen candidates. (far left) Pat Aldred, Vice President and General Manager of Composite Panels and (far right) Jim Cumbie, Georgia-Pacific Director of Human Resources present (second from left)Trey Wilkerson, Diboll Booster Club President with the $10,000 scholarship check that will help support Queen Candidates Muzainie Shepherd, Madison Horton, MeKayla Dover, Erin Hadnot.
- Ezra McMullin graduated high school and decided it was time to get to work. Initially, he worked for his grandparents at Huntington Market & Deli or better known as Dean’s in the area. He transition to working as an office clerk in a law firm before making the move to MSGPR as a videographer and content manager. It was an easy switch fueled by passions he pursued in his free time, where he watches plenty of Youtube, and spurred an interest in the video editing world. He's putting passion to work, learning how to shoot and edit videos, and says it’s a lot more fun than he expected. He is studying at Angelina College and enjoys playing golf, hanging with friends and his girlfriend, and staying up past 3am playing X Box telling himself he'll just play one more level before bed.